OriginThe hiragana け and the katakana ケ come, via the Man' yōgana, of the Kanji 計 and 介, respectively.
Diacriticけ and ケ can be diacrities to form げ and ゲ and to represent the sound.
RomanisationAccording to the systems of romanisation Hepburn, Kunrei and Nihon, け and ケ romanisent themselves in “ke” and げ and ゲ in “Ge”.
LayoutThe hiragana け is written in three features:
- Milks vertical ending in a hook on the right.
- Milks horizontal with the right-hand side of the first.
- Milks vertical cutting the second and slightly on the left curved on bottom.
The katakana ケ is written in three features:
- Milks diagonal, from right to left.
- Milks horizontal, from left to right, tangeant with the first about its middle.
- Milks diagonal, from right to left, concerning the second in its medium.
- Unicode :
- け : U+3051
- ケ : U+30B1
- げ : U+3052
- ゲ : U+30B2
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